The Miracle of CIBC’s Miracle Day

A glimpse into the beginnings of one of Power To Be’s amazing supporters. This year CIBC Miracle Day raised $7 million to pitch into more than 560 children’s charities nationwide, including Power To Be.

Power To Be partners with Used.ca

Did you know you can donate directly to Power To Be and other local charities by selling goods on Used.ca? The Victoria-based organization’s charitable arm is known as #UsedHelps and the site empowers sellers to donate the proceeds from their items to their charity of their choice.

HeroWork announces Power To Be as 2017 partner

A strong community foundation is building a sense of place for those who need it most. Power To Be and HeroWork, both Victoria-based non-profit organizations, announced today they will partner to reimagine Power To Be’s accessible recreation hub on Prospect Lake.

Wilderness School featured in Seaside Magazine

When asked to write about what he was passionate about for a school assignment, one Power To Be Wilderness School participant focused on opportunities to be in nature. Read the article in Seaside Magazine to learn more about his experiences.

Power To Golf raises $360,000

Following a day on the links, the 10th annual Power To Golf raised $360,000 in support of Power To Be’s inclusive adventures rooted in nature. The tournament brought notable business leaders and athletes to Cordova Bay Golf Course for a day on the...

Power To Be featured in Capital Magazine

In a world where many people hear the word no more than they hear yes, Power To Be is changing the conversation around accessible adventures. Find out how in the latest edition of Capital Magazine.

Power To Play Victoria 2016 Raises Record-Breaking $202,000

10 kilometres, 15 challenges and 40 teams added up to a record-breaking Power To Play Victoria. Culminating in a race on Sunday, May 29 at Elk/Beaver Lake Park, 40 teams raised a record-breaking $202,000 in support of Power To Be’s inclusive adventures rooted in nature.

Adaptive surf program featured in Spin Magazine

For Scott Heron, the only thing better than catching a wave was watching his daughter catch her own. Part of an adaptive family surf trip, he describes the experience as powerful because, "To show her there are abilities and possibilities to do things together with the assistance of a group like Power To be is just amazing."
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